Were you able to convert mp4 files before? I don't have an issue converting mp4 to mpg for DVD in 4.0 XPress. What version are you using?
PGMX Creator does not create DVDs; it creates a proprietary format called PGMX which basically works like DVD/Blu-ray but is primarily for playback on a computer or Android/iOS device via the PGMX Player software.
Hello to you all Pegasys guys!
Who can tell me the right specifications for BD-MV source video files?
Because of I produce BDMV file from Sony VideoStudio but AW5 tells me that it needs to reconvert it (no smart render, red sign)!..
I have been using MeGUI for several years to convert 720p/59.94 TS files to 720p/23.976 Blu-Ray compatible m2ts files, but I would like to switch that over to TVMW6 because MeGUI is no longer being supported, and I'm already using TVMW6 to encode 1080i/29.97 to 1080p/23.976 to take advantage of QuickSync acceleration.
When I used TVMW5 previously, I was able to take AVISynth files into it with the decimate parameters intact, but TVMW6 can't load AVS files as far as I know. Is there a setting within TVMW6 that will allow it to accept AVS files, and if not, can the decimation be done from within TVMW6 and how would I do that?
I've been very impressed and very happy with Smart Renderer 5, for the most part. I've pulled a bunch of different kinds of files into it, and it has managed to smart render my edited versions in most cases without a problem. Furthermore, I've given it a few mix-and-match jobs, where the Master clip had radically different codecs and/or resolution from some of the Rescue clips, and yet, every time, I've gotten a smooth render of the combination of the two or more files; very impressive.
However I've also been experiencing an intermittent problem with Smart Renderer 5. About once every five files or so, Smart Renderer 5 will simply reject the file I'm trying to work with. I'll get the following message: "There is no Smart Render-able clip in the Source. It is necessary to add one clip that can be smart rendered at least."
What do I do about this? What do I have to do to make the clip acceptable to Smart Renderer 5? For the record, the last file where I had this problem was an flv file with the following stats:
Well, I found out what was causing the problem, but I have no idea how to fix it. Does anyone here know what to do about the following problem
I opened up the Clip Properties and discovered that they listed there why Smart Renderer 5 was saying that this clip was not Smart Render-able. The reason listed was low_delay_hrd_flag = 1 (Not Supported).
I have no idea what that means. Does anyone here know what that means? And does anyone here know how to fix that? Thanks for any help!
I am loyal to TMPGEnc but the fact that Adobe Media Encoder encodes at 5 minutes a UHD mp4 file while TMPGEnc I just bought does it at 40 minutes is a shock. Please do something to speed up the process.
My Mastering Works 5 encoding seems to have become very slow recently. Short, 10 minute clips now take 45 minutes and more. The slowness does not seem to be based on the type of file I have inputted, but an MP4 seems to be a major offender.
Can someone enlighten me, please? Have I possibly changed a setting, accidentally, or something?
Because if they had the support for DTS and HD audio, then you would have to pay up to 5 times as much for the Pegasys software.
Why do you think that all the other editor and authoring software who do have the support is so darn expensive?
Besides, their software was not created for some one like you to be working with all the illegally downloaded Blu-ray rips of yours. It is mainly focused on working with home videos that people filmed using their own video cameras, where the typical audio in those are standard Dolby Digital 2.0 or 5.1
If you don't like it, feel free to pay the $500 to $2000 for the software to get your precious DTS and HD audio support. No one is forcing you stick with the software from Pegasys.